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: mr. president, indeed, we both believe that some existing tax expenditures should be preserved in some form. but the tax code is also littered with preferences for special interests. to make sure that we clear out all the unproductive provisions and simplify the tax code, we plan to -- we plan to operate from an assumption that all special provisions are out unless there is clear evidence
and ben. in the meantime the cost of freedom continues. >> tax hikes and a key report showing the economy is growing slowly than thought. the big reason why. tax hikes kicking in. and some at forbes say we need tax cuts to get our economy booming again. i am dave asbin. welcome to forbes on fox. we'll have steve fosh and rick and elizabeth and mike and bill baldwin. >> tax rate cuts are always a good idea. reduce the price, risk taking and success and this is the way to get the economy moving and does good things for the balance sheet. when people see prospects for growth they upthe value of assets. >> rick, this is the weakest recovery that we've had since world war ii. 2.3 million fewer people are working now than the recession. please don't blame it all on bush? >> i had forgotten about him. i have a vague memory. i would love to agree with steve. i don't like to pay taxes anymore than the next person does. there was a in- depth study by the congressional research that was skwalch by the republicans who ordered it and that survey shed that over the 40 years cutting taxes. >> oh, no, it
the tax exempt status or lose their file the other group. >> neil: approaching a body cavity search. >> somebody has to go to jail here. i think people need to get very upset about this. if you think the irs is eventually going to come for you, you are mistaken. >> neil: speaking of going to jail, gasparino what do you think? >> it's always the italians. listen. my feelings on this, i think they should apply the law equally. i have a problem with any group getting tax exempt status. obviously political groups. they target conservatives. here is thing i would like to know the liberals they are targeting. if they are equating the tea party groups, right of center like the far left, the communist party of america group, that is bizarre comparison. occupy wall street, have you ever been down to occupy wall street rally? >> neil: why don't you think they are representing it accurately? >> the point is valid. either this is acceptable behavior on the irs and it isn't, and it doesn't matter what you or i think about the political leanings of these groups groups. if it is wrong and i don't
>>> coming up, why the super rich pay a lower tax rate than you do. we'll try to explain it using a kid's lemonade stand. alexa caldwell wonders why millionaires don't give more locally. >>> and the difference between man and women on the iphone. with martin giles and fortune this week, on "press here." good morning, i'm scott mcgrew, silicon valley has more billionaires per capita than anywhere on earth and also some of the most underfunded schools in the united states, meaning parents, the people who work forffor millionaires are digging into their own pockets to pay for the school's music teacher. >> that's in wealthiest neighborhoods, schools and non-profits in east palo alto, a short work from stanford and facebook, really struggle to make ends meet. strangely enough, as the economy has recovered in silicon valley, the disparty between the haves and have nots have increased. a study found local charitable foundations and philanthropists rarely give their money to local causes. >> a firm which advises the wealthy on where and how to donate as well as visiting practitioner at s
us but in reverse. because while we are practicing what we are preaching, the tax man is preaching but he's not practicing. that's not fair, that's not balanced, that's nuts, and i'm not a lawyer, but i also think that's illegal. an invitation might be the most serious form of flattery, but unless they open a bunch of bakeries in my name, big on fair and balance. the never mind doesn't make him any less of a big lully. i've had time to go into how many liberals there are, and let's just say not many. according to an agent's watchdog, only a handful were talking about the irs versus about a hundred conservative ones. only those who had words like occupy or reportedly keystone in their name, which could lead a non-lawyer, that would be me, to think there still might have been an agenda to all of this. but enough of this. to target those who might be unfriendly to the administration. but again, enough of that. i want you to think about this. >>> the media drops an entire irs story. the irs was still on a hunt p but who those groups were filing those forms. their data didn't get the ir
-span. and since bentonite, a conversation on business in america. topics include financial regulation, tax policy, and immigration. we will take your calls and tweets coming up next. we look at the to same-sex marriage cases that the u.s. supreme court ruled on last week. california's proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. a panel of journalists who cover the court talked-about those in other cases the court decided this term. keeps me up at night -- i worry about the sustainability of the economy. i mean, europe continues to be a problem. i think it is being dealt with on balance in a pretty way but it is a long-term problem. i think the export oriented economies given europe's problems and our slow-growth are slowing down. still continuing to perform roquet but certainly not as though they have been in the past. we have our own unique problems at this point with the government increasingly their use the word dysfunctional. me but i am sure i will be. the issues people are wrestling with the need to get resolved hopefully sooner rather than later. i am no expert but i am not terribly con
. - thank you, scott - have a great day. a new fiscal year and several tax changes go into effect. so do interest rates on student loans. our cover story takes a look at who's affected, and how much more it may cost you. while congress is mulling over an internet sales tax, several states are imposing their own variations. beginning july first, minnesotans will pay a 6.8% sales tax on internet purchases; iowans, a 6% tax. later this summer, people in maine will add a 5% sales tax to their online purchases. minnesotans will also see changes to estate and gift taxes. "states and local governments win big in many parts of the country. there's been a big tax avoidance going on." collectively, states say they're missing out on about $23 billion a year in revenue from untaxed purchases over the internet. "as most people know, states are cash-strapped. my home state, illinois, is looking everywhere for cash, so they need to be raising revenue." a lot of big retailers charge sales tax already for online purchases - jcpenny.com, gap.com and many others, for example. but online sales, projected to
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as a tax deduction. any money that if you have taken can be applied as a tax deduction. this can be done on an annual basis. next, the opportunity, and a fund -- opportunity loan fund, providing for small businesses to pay for the inspection or to make improvements needed. to do it before you receive the lawsuit. and lastly, we of the bar association and their resources. they're providing their legal service for you. this last thing i am going to share with you in terms of what we have seen in our office is that with the individuals, that does not necessarily mean an individual will follow up with a lawsuit. what we've seen in our office is the individual's will send you a letter and say there were compile -- compliance issues. where people get in trouble is they ignore the letter. we need to make sure it that your pro-active and responsive. when a business receives a letter, they need to contact our office. the merchants of been very proactive -- have been very pro- active. the businesses that have received a letter and passed an inspection after receiving the letter have staved off a l
of how applications for tax-exempt status were handled. this hearing is three hours. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> the committee will come to order. good morning. it's been six weeks since the irs first revealed they were purposely targeting conservative leaning organizations, and this week additional irs documents revealed that the term "progressive" along with others were also included on the be on the lookout list, or the bolo. no taxpayer, regardless of political affiliation, should be unfairly targeted. it's wrong and this committee is working to ensure it will never happen again. the committees welcomed all groups to come forward and i urge them to do so. so far the evidence only shows conservatives being systematically targeted by the irs. not just flagged through the bolo but actually targeted. these americans consistently had their applications tee laid for nearly three years or asked intrusive and inappropriates questions, had donor information leaked and threatened by the irs with additional taxes. as i long said we'r
by the board establishes this reserve fed by various volatile revenues, most notably transfer tax. when they exceed a five-year average revenues flow to this reserve m and are available in much the same way that the rainy day reserve is when revenues decline. that same financial policy allows the mayor and the board however to suspend the policy but for the upcoming budgetary by a 2/3 vote. the overall reserve position on page 1 of the handout we are entering -- we expect and the current fiscal year with approximately 127 min dollars in our two reserves, intended to carry a down economic cycles like the one recently worked our way through. in the budget year and the budget year plus one we are projecting to the possibility to the stabilization reserve and draw money from the rainy reserve for purposes of (indiscernible). --just over 20 million dollars in deposits, ending balances of 147 million dollars. there is a policy itself is in london the -- set the target reserve level equivalent to 10% of revenues and if we exceed 10 percent of revenues the reserve is effectively capped; the
, including whether to raise taxes and fees or whether to make cuts. how will your approach these choices? supervisor kim: the budget is tough this year. even though our deficit is not as large as it has been, it is tough because we have made these cuts already, and did this point, we are cutting things we really do not want to cut. and it is painful. we will lose more potential services. we will also not be able to support our residents. we are looking at weekend meals for seniors. it is painful. i think we have to look at it as a combined approach. it has to be cut within city government that we can bear -- services that are less essential. second, you have to look at raising revenue in the city. i think it needs to be a combination. and third, need to be much better informed, and we have to ask our public employees to look at the budget. and they already have, but also to look back. it is a threefold approach to me. >> what are the city's housing needs him much of the board of supervisors to to address them? supervisor kim: it is tough, because we depend on the market to build housing
if we don't do tax reform? where are we? we're on immigration. he's in africa now. >> he plans to continue to try and fight deflation. and they're looking at two decades where they've been battling this. >> but the other point that krugman made was that john taylor and hasset had warned about the adverse effects of qe. and maybe we haven't seen them yet, but look what happens when we try and stop. that's what scares me. we seem like we can't stop. i mean, policymakers are so afraid of a small selloff when these traders act like spoiled children. i don't know. >> see? >> i even thought fisher? >> i feel like i have to do review the bidding. one heart, two spades. so i think i have to redirect on the redirect, okay? bernanke comes out and says we are going to do the following taper. in his view and the view of the fed, the market took that as a rise in interest rates, okay? >> which we knew they would. >> right. >> we knew the market was going to look at this differently than the fed. >> right. so the fed comes out and says no, committee didn't mewe didn' interest rates, but we d
from blanche lincoln's staff. there were tax issues. there she was solving them all. john jones was incredible. he stepped up and handled many of the issues. dan rudolphski, veronica rudan, they drafted summaries and talking points and spread sheets. and you know, when things got tough, bekka kelly and erin vaughan, each the mother of children less than 1, let nothing get in the way of them doing this while at the same time maintaining focus on their kids and the bill. it might surprise you to know, mr. president, i have a very good press team, and brian fallon, matt house, max young, meredith kelly, marissa kaufman, josh malovski, they learned the substance of immigration and spun it into a beautiful, beautiful web that the public could understand. our dpcc team led by ryan mcgonahey, kept policy and press teams singing off the same praise sheet, keeping our caucus up to date. and then of course as every one of us, we have great administrative staffers. alex victor who came to the office as a young kid from long island, as a young helper in the long island office is now my unfl
. >> so tell the president how to fix it. >> first we must lower our tax rates and vastly simplify the tax code. >> do you think the tax code right now favors the big companies who can have very well-paid multi-million-dollar tax accountants? >> absolutely. it works well for big labor, but it doesn't work for small business. when you have a 26-page tax code and loopholes, small businesses don't understand it, can't take advantage it and it's very competitive. >> big businesses don't pay the high tax rate but the small businesses do. >> the small businesses do, or they're filing under personal tax rates and those are going up as well, have gone up. so they're getting hit both ways. second, credit isn't flowing to small businesses, still. and third, 70% of small businesses say government is hostile to them. if you ask them why, they say, i don't understand how to get started anymore. the regulatory thicket is choking the entrepreneurial life out of the economy. in fairness, regulations have been growing year after year after year after year after year for 25 years. we literally have a thicke
security benefits of yr spouse if those benefits are greater. and also from the gift tax, you get a limited marrie reduction so it becomes a lot easier and less expenve to transfer assets to your spouse. melissa: it's interesting because it financially can cut both ways. you mentioned in terms of filing yourax return for people that are out there watching, wn does it cost you more in this case to file a joint return? >> let's start with the good news. if one spouse is not working in the other spouse is a new file a joint return you're going to see lower taxes because of t sliding tax rate, the leverage.e amount of money, you will probably play at -- pay a little more itaxes because they're is a marriage penalty. the worst case is if one spouse had social security and the other had wages, social security might become taxle. from an individual tax standpoint it at necessarily better. some of the deductions that you were not allowed to he before. melissa: there were others things that people should be aware of whehen it comes to medicare coverage and other things you might 54 if you were ngle,
taxes. as i have long said, we are in the early stages of the investigation. as we gather the facts, we will follow them wherever they lead. if there are additional groups of any political affiliation that feel they were mistreated, i urge them to come forward and share their story. from what we have learned, it is clear the irs is a broken agency that needs to answer to the american people. in the interest of accountability, he spearheaded a 30-day review of the practices of discriminating against conservative groups. i am aware this is an initial report. it fails to deliver the accountability of the american people deserve. this report does not answer even the most basic significant questions. who started this practice? why has it been allowed to continue for so long? how widespread was it? this report suggests you have not even ask anyone those questions. the report fails to address some of the most egregious offenses by the irs. i am specifically talking about the intentional leaking of confidential information and the irs threatening conservative donors with additional taxes. the r
anything mandatory. that's part of my platform. >> well that's good. i like that already. how about tax breaks for mutton chops? >> i think taxes ought to be as low as we can make them and as flat as we can make them. no tax breaks for facial hair. >> that's a good question now that we are into this irs mess. are you for fare or flat tax? i am confused. >> a flat tax is premised on the idea that the only purpose of taxation is to raise mown to run the government. if we had that kind of guiding principal, a lot of the distortions that we see would be taken out of the market and the irs would be a lot smaller. >> how about a fare tax? >> i don't know what a fair tax. a flat tax is as fair as you can get. everybody pays the same percentage. >> i get confused. everybody says fair tax, flat tax. i think it is a sales tax i think. >> if you could switch from an income-based tax system to a sales-based tax system that would be better. the way congress works you would end up with both. >> that is true. never met a tax i didn't like. >> what would you need to convince you to run? >> what i am in
things, what businesses pay in benefit costs and what the federal government collects in taxes and pays out in certain entitlements. one struck down a ban on gay marriage in california. the other declared the 1996 defensive marriage act unconstitutional. that law effectively denied federal benefits to gay couples married under state laws. hampton pearson was at the seem court today and has more on today's rulings and what they mean. >> reporter: the two landmark rulings from the supreme court were greeted by cheers from the huge crowd of mostly gay marriage supporters who gathered. the justices giving new legal options to same sex couples. it's forcing the federal government to recognize same-sex marriage in the 12 states and district of columbia where it is legal. in a 5-4 decision the justices overturned the defensive marriage act. doma that denied benefits to same-sex couples. justice anthony kennedy said doma writes inequality into the code and justice skolia said it's one to elect change, it's for a court of law to impose change but judging those who oppose it as enemies of the hum
one ip -- hear people say the payroll tax is a job killer. maybe in some industries the payroll tax might be a disincentive on business going forward, but i would not be surprised if we came out of the whole discussion about remaking our tax for next year that it involves a combination of a payroll tax, commercial occupancy tax, and gross receipts tax. all of that could be in a remade form of our business tax structure. >> that is a good question to ask. i will ask this monday. >> i was born in of los angeles. i was in a mexican-american, a chicano town. my dad was a launch your worker. my mother was an office worker at usc. my parents were divorced when i was 10 years old. i moved to the east coast and lived there for six years and then fled back to california after high school. i went to school at uc santa barbara. i have been in san francisco since 1989, have lived in the excelsior since 1999. the difficulty is, muni often sees it as an industrial area, not a neighborhood. we have to figure out how to make it work as a neighborhood and as a place that can service the light rail v
and voter approved temporary tax hike. the state will add million and a half poor californians as affordable care act goes into effect on january. all schools will get more money, even more will be directed to districts that have a higher number of english learning kids. also new is a scholarship program that discounts at u.c.on a sliding scale for families earning up to $150,000 a year. >> we are putting ourselves in a position to repeat the mistakes of the past. >> while the state budget has a billion dollars in emergencies, they are disappointed they are paying the credit card down faster and the budget includes more spending. >> it's still completely ignores the mountain of debt facing the state of california and programs spending that will start techniques nex year and go into perpetuity that we will eventually run out of money. >> governor brown uses his line item veto power to shape spending. it was spoet supposed to boost the number of online courses on colleges and universities. instead he will rely on administrators on yearly allocation to do it. while the governor increase you cou
to identify it as ultimately as a tax. that is what it is. it's a tax on the people. in addition to pay all this money in advertising, where the taxpayer money, your money and my money has to go to advertise some government program. this is not how industry works. they are doing this because they want to sell something that they think is a pro-active irrational and illegal really method of the government coercing people to follow. >> eric: very good. juan, we are burying the lead. stay out of my football sunday. last thing i want is an ad for half time of a giants' game? >> i don't know why it bothers you. you got commercials for everything else coming out of your football game. this is something for the good of the people. this is something that is going to help all americans especially when healthcare costs are so punitive and especially those that suffer from catastrophic event driving them to bankruptcy. if you are concerned about finances, if you are concerned about the nation's finances, our budget deficit, if you are concerned about making sure middle-class people can stay on the pat
today. peter: the fed has just approved these new international rules. stop any future tax bailouts. that is the point of all of this, folks. >> strong capital requirements are essential. we hope to have safe and sound banks that the weather financial stress while continuing to beat the financial needs of our economy. peter: the fed has already required some increases in capital. it says that most banks would meet these higher capital levels already, however, 100 regional and other banks will have to raise other capital to meet the standards. the fed announced its plans to acquire bank of america, jpmorgan chase and citigroup. they are internationally important. some banks warned that these burdens will make less money for lending. the fed says that the new rules should "benefit the financial system by reducing financial risks." connell: peter barnes on the breaking news out of washington. moore capital, no future bailouts, obviously, the goal of not being able to bail out these banks again is a noble one. >> i think that they are trying to obviously walk a tightening rope. this all
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at four years as the national tax payer advocate. for those that have not heard of the national african service, tellus a bit about what the work is and how you are connected. inst: my office was created the 1980's, amended in 1998. we are charged by congress to help taxpayers solve their problems with the irs and to make administrative and legislative recommendations to get rid of those problems or mitigate the problems. i have about 75 offices around the country, one in each state as required by law. that helpyees now solve taxpayer problems. >> are you part it -- are you funded as part of the irs? in order to have -- to help taxpayers with the cases we had to have access to the information. if we worked in the treasury department you would have to carve a big hole in lot to protect privacy. yearve 300,000 cases per of individual and business taxpayers. host: you have been doing this for 12 years. is it an appointment process? guest: by statute i am appointed by secretary of the treasury. i was appointed by larry summers in january 2012. i showed up to work on march 1, 2001. one of yo
on schools we see the hallmark of this government. they made the wrong choices on tax and spending. the millionaires tax cut, the top down reorganization of the nhs and schools in areas where there are surplus places. and all the time they repeat the meaningless mantra, we're all in this together. >> the right honorable gentleman goes up and down the country speaking for lynn mccleskey. no wonder the former home secretary calls him the party of the graveyard. the fact is i've got to do. i've got it here. i've got the press release, mr. speaker. how unite plans to change the labour party. look, i know you're paid to shout by tonight but calm down a bit. this is what it says. we give millions of pounds to the party. the relationship has to change. we want to firmly class base and left wing chun the election campaign. that's what this week shows. two week -- too weak to stand up for free schools, too weak to stand up to unite union. too weak to run labour and certainty to run the country. [shouting] >> thank you, mr. speaker. new roles me my constituents -- [inaudible] if they want to
the targeted specific groups applying for the tax-exempt status to delay the processing of the group applications and number three, request u.n. necessary information from the targeted groups. the ig failure to be forthcoming in the congressional hearings even when asked directly if there was a screening list for the progressives and whether they were included among the 290 applications reviewed by tigta has contributed to the distortion of the entire investigation including the use of innuendo and totally unsubstantiated assertions of white house involvement. democrats have condemned the singling out of the tea party by name. i hope our colleagues on the republican side of the ogle will join us in condemning the use of the term progressives on the screening list and the failure to be forthcoming with this and other congressional committees. we have also been supportive of letting the fact lead where they may. none of us including the acting irs commissioner can describe how an application was processed once it was screened. i caution my colleagues from jumping to conclusions until w
a little better than that. if we just had higher taxes, we could consume less. and if they offset that energy with lower income taxes, that would be good for the job market and more efficient than raising revenue and taxing workers. currently there is no plan to do it that way, so it will be more of a drag on the economy. >> jonas says there is a possibility it could create jobs. but what do you think, is this a war on jobs? >> yeah, i think it's a war on jobs, and when you don't have a fact-based argument, you bring up more arguments. kids are dying, and that's how you go off on an emotional argument. i don't know why the president is doing this right now. maybe it's to try to fulfill his legacy that he would have the oceans recede when he becomes president. but it was the senate vote on president clinton to get out of the protocol. there is a reason when president obama first took power, he could get health care passed without one single climate vote, but he couldn't get climate change. there is not an option right now. i would love to never drill oil again. there is not an opti
them as dependents and get some tax breaks. i feel like that is the reason government wouldn't approve of it. >> it is a good point. one would argue a woman would be okay with one fifth of me versus 100% of bill. one fifth of me, i would take you places and go to exotic locations. 100% of bill is under a bridge. but a man would like to have one-fifth of michelle fields versus 100% of some average whatever. maybe that is the argument is that one-fifth of something is better than 100% of something else. >> that's not an argument. >> i don't even know where i am. >> that was just a bunch of words. >> that was a tirade? that is the name of my next child. why is my argument not making sense? it is better to have one-fifth of something successful than 100% of something not successful is. successful. >> i lost the thread a longtime ago. no, the polygamy thing is nonsense and you can see that guy, brian fisher who is like the ultimate troll who has a religious -- you know, next it is cats and squirrels and stuff and the slippery slope there and he doesn't make sense. there are lots of gay peop
tax information for you business travelers out there, and next more and more cities require businesses to offer paid sick leave to eployees. is it legal? stay with us. ♪ ♪ >>> from o fox business udios in new york, here, again, is gerri willis. ♪ gerri: well, government re tape is making doing business even harder. new york city becoming the most populated place in the states to force employers to provide paid sick time, forcing them to do this. should this be legal? jning me, fox news legal analyst leis and bill. bill, tell us about the new law in new york. how's t work? >> well, it's something that's done to help people be more productive at work, and the way it works is that employers with 20 or more employees will have to provide five paid six days per year, and then approximately a year from now, i believe in april of 14, that will go down -o 15 employees. now, employers with less than 15 employees will not have to provide paid sick leav for five days, but they will have to over employees five days off without pay and have them not be real yaleed against in terms of taking t
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are legal are eligible for federal benefits just like straight married couples. joint tax returns, loan programs for veterans, pensions, health insurance benefits and family medical leave. supporters, of course, are thrilled. >> no matter where you live or no matter what family you are in, you are equal. you are as good as your friends, parents and as your friend. >> some celebrate, supporters of prop 8 are very disappointed with what the high court did. >> we remain committed continued enforcement of proposition 8 until there is a statewide order. >> dan: it's been a long road. same-sex marriage started at san francisco sit hall a decade ago when then mayor gavin newsom made it legal. it's decision to invalidate prop 8 was reason to celebrate. carolyn tyler with reaction. >> high anxiety mixed with high hopes as people rushed to get inside city hall to share the moment. california is now set to become the 13th stated to allow same-sex marriage. >> it's been a long wait. it's been 37 years. it's been a long journey. i feel like we almost arrived. >> this battle took off in 2004 when the
the committee, my name is anthony -- from the controllers office. i do for you is issuance of tax exempt obligations to finance the town school project. the resolution acknowledges -- and allows the issues to proceed on a tax-exempt basis. there is representatives in attendance if you have questions specific to the project. typically these items are heard in the budget binds committee thank you for allowing us to be here today. there is no fiscal impact of the city. no budget analyst report. >> supervisor cohen: thank you very much. colleagues any questions on this? public comment is now open. >> my name is nancy trust; i want to be fully informed on the subject matter. i go to the clerks office. i understand from the vivi speaker that some public hearing was held in an office however that he say he had something in his office? a public hearing? >> supervisor cohen: this is all the comment. you can a question and i can bring up staff. >> i am trying to be informed. the audio isn't very clear. i want to know somebody said there was a hearing on this matter in this office? did he say t
number, and their names were just put on the lookout list. it was not -- their application for the tax exempt status was not held up. thhy didn't actually receive the same abu -- neil: the media takes that and says, h. >> they are tired of the tory because it's not playing the way they want to. they feel tre's balance in there. both sides get it, which was not theecase, and it's okay to drop it and move on to someing else. neil: mary katherine, final word. >> yeah, thank they don't ant a story that makes the administration loo like they fulfilled the worst nightmares of the tea partiment they nt to act as if it's pair know ya, but it's not what they get you, and that's what the story shows, and in order to fix it, you have to fgure out that that's the problem, and you have to shine a otlight it. whhn hs able t run out the clock, we don't get solutions to the problem. it can happen in the future. neil: ladies, thank yo both. it knows who you call and e-mailing, and when you thought the nsa ooping scandal couldn't g worse, ha, it gets ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] if you can't stand th
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